Athletics Hall of Fame
UCLA has won more NCAA championships than any other school in the country. And since 1976, no university can match UCLA's record of Olympians and Olympic medals. Stroll through sports history in the Hall of Fame, which features video highlights of Bruin sports, an interactive display and a re-creation of John Wooden's personal “den.”
For a list of events taking place this weekend, visit the UCLA Athletics website.
Pauley Pavilion is UCLA’s legendary venue for sporting events, ceremonies, concerts, political debates and other popular public events. Men’s basketball. Women's gymnastics. A speech by the Dalai Lama. Musical performances that read like a who’s who of rock and pop history. Even Nickelodeon. Pauley’s seen it all, and the new Pauley is an amazing experience all by itself.
John Wooden Statue
He was the greatest men’s college basketball coach of all time. His homespun wisdom has inspired millions. But we just called him “Coach.” The 8-foot bronze statue of John R. Wooden that stands vigil outside of Pauley Pavilion’s north entrance was created by Blair Buswell, who has sculpted more than 68 busts of inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
John Wooden Center
Join us “where Bruins play.” Check out UCLA Recreation’s outstanding recreation facilities. Work out. Swim. Play tennis. And more.
Learn more about UCLA Recreation. Tours depart every 20 minutes from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., from the Wooden Center lobby.
Drake Track Stadium and Intramural Field
Drake Track Stadium, with spectator seating capacity for 11,700 people, is a nine-lane 400-meter track with javelin, triple jump, long jump, high jump and an infield events area. Adjacent is the Intramural Field, which accommodates intramural sports, club sports, open recreation, summer camps and various special event activities.